Obama Breaks Out His "I'm With Her" Tee

obama, politics

"I don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office"

1. All Aboard: President Obama Endorses Hillary Clinton


The Short of It:

President Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton yesterday, saying "I'm with her."

The Longer Version of It:

On Tuesday evening, Hillary Clinton won enough delegates to become the Democratic party's presumptive nominee. Yesterday, her former big boss President Obama announced he was ready to board the Clinton train, "I don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office." Vice President Joe Biden and Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts also endorsed Clinton's nomination.

Despite the rather tense relationship between Clinton and Obama, Obama's endorsement is one more step for the president to ensure his policies are kept alive.


On the other side of the campaign, Senator Bernie Sanders isn't quite ready to head off to Vermont and make jam. Before, Obama's official endorsement of Clinton he welcomed Sanders into his White House to let him know his persistence would be better applied tapping maple trees in his home state. He said thanks, Barry for the hospitality. Sen. Sanders (VT) made a pit stop at the White House yesterday before Obama officially endorsed Clinton.

Still, Bernie hasn't quite heard the call of the fat lady singing but has said he'd join the "Say No To Trump" campaign. But until then he insisted he'd be battling through the race until the very last primary which take place next week

What Else?

Of course Trump got a few words in on Twitter. After Obama endorsed Clinton, he tweeted "He wants four more years of Obama — but nobody else does!" The Clinton campaign replied, "Delete your account." RNC Chair Reince Priebus delivered a real burn with , "If anyone knows how to use a delete key, it's you."